Fusion Allergy Eye Spray


Preservative free eye spray for treatment and care of dry, irritated or inflamed eyes and eyelids due to allergic conjunctivitis (Hayfever).

Also available Boots, Lloyds Pharmacy and all good Pharmacies nationwide

Unfortunately Fusion Allergy Eye Spray is currently Out of Stock online. We apologise  for any inconvenience caused.

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Why not try our Fusion Allergy Eye Drops or Fusion Allergy Day & Night Gel instead.

The Fusion Allergy Eye Drops are easy to use with children, even if they struggle to keep their eyes open:

1. Have them lay down flat and put the drops in the inside corner of their eye.

2. Ask them to blink which will help the drops coat the eyes.

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Product Information

Preservative free eye spray

Contact lens compatible

Suitable for all ages including infants

Suitable for Eye allergy symptoms (Red, itchy an watery eyes)

Contains 2% Ectoin, Vitamin A and E to help protect the ocular surface from harmful allergens.

Comes in an easy-to-use 10ml spray dispenser

How to Use Fusion Allergy Eye Spray

Fusion Allergy Eye Spray How to Use hold 25cm from face

Fusion Allergy Eye Spray How to Use Close Eye For Use

Fusion Allergy Eye Spray How to Use

Remove the protective cap and hold the bottle in front of your eye with a distance of approx. 10 cm. Spray on closed eye lids. Slowly open your eye and blink a few times to spread to surface of your eye. Repeat the procedure on the other eye.

Always read the label and instructions for use

How Fusion Allergy Eye Spray Works

The surface of your eye is covered by a thin layer of tears, called the Tear Film which protects, nourishes and lubricates the eye.

Allergens can enter the tear film causing irritation to the ocular surface.

These allergens can cause red, itchy and watery eyes.

Fusion Allergy Eye Spray contains a natural molecule called Ectoin which helps both to flush allergens from the eye and protect from harmful allergens entering the tearfilm.